Ok I figured out the problem. When my distributor seized, it seized so hard that it took out my timing by 22deg:tsk: that’s why it would not start, also when I took the distributor cap off the old one it had a little bit of red dust in it.
So when you hear your distributor making a whiney sound that, means you are about to experience a distributor bearing failure…:ohyeah:
hey i just replaced the distributor because the it i tired rebuilding it and the problem still continued but i installed it 180 degree off and it made a clank noise when it poped in when i was tighting the bolts and i realized before when i went to go put the cap on that it wasnt right n then switched it and now the noise repeates over as the engine cranks …i took off the valve cover and watch the cams turn as my buddy tryed to start it and it all seems fine as it cranks over i thought it was the new distributor and replaced it with the old one to see if it started but it didnt and perviously it did…anyone knows what it is…cranks over but wont start…and it makes a loud clanking noise that sounds like its coming from the head…could it be my timing…im not sure some one please help
and josh what kind of noise did it make…i wanna know if im hearing the same thing